Date: Friday, 20 March 2009 14:55:10 UTC
From: Mike (W0MKE)
Home page: http://crrg.org
Hi, how about changing your propogation widget to put in the MHz instead of LF, MF, HF as those terms may not be familiar with hams in the USA. I really like what you have done, though. 73
Date: Thursday, 19 March 2009 16:09:29 UTC
From: Gene (W2BXR)
Hi Julian, Sorry to read about you giving up on Elecraft. I looked forward to your comments and messages on the reflector. Hope you reverse your position one day. Remember to talk to a KYI big wig or tech guy with authority is impossible. Just go buy the next model when it comes out.
Date: Saturday, 14 March 2009 14:25:51 UTC
From: Zlatko Terzija (E78XO)
73 Oms I like also QRP and QRPP,I am amateurradio since 1969 year,member YU4EJC and We meet in RSGB ....73 CU on BANDs.
Date: Friday, 06 March 2009 15:33:43 UTC
From: Martin (G6CGI)
Used kcomm for a while on XP. Now using it with no problems at all under Linux (Fedora 10). Like the site. Still using a K2 with indoor (quad) antenna. K3 now moved out of reach for the time being...
Date: Friday, 06 March 2009 14:09:13 UTC
From: Maurice (G4DVM)
Great site ! Have spent several hours reading almost evrything Hi Hi.
Will visit again no doubt.
Date: Tuesday, 03 March 2009 10:09:10 UTC
From: Brian (MW0GKX)
Home page: http://highfields-arc.co.uk
Great site! It's given me ideas on stealth operation that I'd never thought of before.
Date: Wednesday, 25 February 2009 17:48:17 UTC
From: Dan Briner (AB3EN)
I enjoy your comments on the K3 list and look forward to spending some time reading your blogs.
Date: Sunday, 22 February 2009 18:55:50 UTC
From: Bob Brown (N1CVX)
Great blog - and lots of interesting food for thought regarding QRP and stealth operation. Would be especially interested in hearing some of your observations regarding the K3 vs. K2. Like you, I have both - but find myself lately gravitating back to the K2. Among other things, the audio seems 'cleaner' (the noise level seems lower), and the push-button crystal filters are simply easier to use. And, of course, the receive power requirements aren't really in the same ballpark (K2 clearly wins there). 'Though I feel like I should like the K3 more, I find myself reaching for the K2 ever more. Perhaps, I simply haven't figured out the K3 (one difference: running with AGC off in the K3 significantly reduces noise - and if the RF gain is at about 12 o'clock, I've not yet seen the K3 overload; K2 AGC off is a bit trickier in my experience). Will be curious to note your - or other users' observations. 73.
Date: Thursday, 19 February 2009 10:57:08 UTC
From: Steve (M3WBS)
Home page: http://www.m3wbs.co.nr
What a great site!
Easy navigation and packed with handy info.
I have read all the sections with great interest, and found the stealth/covert antenna info most interesting.
All the best
Date: Monday, 16 February 2009 17:56:30 UTC
From: Simon Davison (2E0HTS)
Home page: http://www.hamradiooperator.blogspot.com
Thanks for the mention and what a fantastic blog you have here!
I will be adding you to my links and re-visiting regularly. Hope to hear you on the sat's soon. VO-52 is a good one and now that you have a TH7e and 817 you will be able to play SSB satellites. (much easier than FM with more room for numerous/simultaneous qso's).
Hope to work you soon and next time I get up to the Roman fort at hard knotts pass I will give you a shout.
73 de Simon 2e0hts
Date: Monday, 16 February 2009 09:02:33 UTC
From: John (G8CAU)
I've really enjoyed looking at your site, in particular, the wx sat. section! - Im just getting into this myself - hoping to build a QFH soon.
Enojoyed looking a Cockermouth School's pix too!
John - G8CAU - Carlisle
Date: Friday, 13 February 2009 21:14:17 UTC
From: Cedar Ryan (ZS6JQ)
Dunno how I cam across your web site but I'm pleased I did. I found it clean, uncluttered, loaded neatly and is useful reference point. The Elecraft kit looks good - well done in building up the station. I'm more of a black box operator (Icom!)but am in Lagos so operating is barely possible (for me at least)
73, Cedar ZS6JQ
Date: Wednesday, 11 February 2009 23:22:53 UTC
From: Mike (G6KTN)
I would like to thank you for the Jingtong review. I also had trouble decyphering the manual and your prompt sheet will be very useful. I will try tyhe mod very carefully. Nice site as well.
Date: Sunday, 08 February 2009 17:41:20 UTC
From: Piotr (2E0CTX)
Home page: http://m6ctu.com
Thank you for all the info on your website, especially about receiving weather satellites images, stealth amateur radio, QRP and many, many more... Will be coming back.
Date: Sunday, 08 February 2009 13:40:36 UTC
From: Gene (W2BXR)
Hi Julian, I want to thank you for all your comments regarding the K3 that you post on the reflector. These keep Wayne aware that improvements can always be made and help me understand the K3 better.
Also, I think KComm is a very useful and intuitive utility that I started using. Please keep up the good work and your great web site.
Best regards, Gene, W2BXR
Date: Wednesday, 04 February 2009 15:58:04 UTC
From: John L. Ferrell (W8CCW)
Home page: http://dixienc.us
Nice website! My experience with Linux is the same as yours. I don't operate a lot but enjoy building and working on equipment & antennas.
Date: Monday, 02 February 2009 15:10:35 UTC
From: Robert (2E0BSR)
I have a 897D and a ATX Walkabout, but i can't get any thing from the ATX...notting, what am i doing wrong???? Any help please///like to work 10 and 20 meter's.. Can some one tell me what is wrong..i screw in in to the back of the radio and get notting... do i need a ground plane to the atx or radio ect..any help?
73 to all.
Date: Wednesday, 28 January 2009 19:06:55 UTC
From: Dave (G8KBV)
Home page: http://g8kbv.homeip.net:8008/
One of, if not the best personal Ham site I've seen lately.
Date: Monday, 26 January 2009 17:10:40 UTC
From: Doug (N0LYI)
Great site Juilian! Very worthwhile info--thanks!!
Date: Friday, 23 January 2009 18:56:48 UTC
From: John Martin (G6HIV)
I would just like to thank you for the excellant review of WSPR (Distant Whispers) I found it very interesting and informative and I am now using it with very good results.thanks once again